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Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation is an archive of papers published in the proceedings of the annual Water Environment Federation® Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC® ) and specialty conferences held since the year 2000. These proceedings are not peer reviewed.

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Collection Systems 2012

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Session 1

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Focused Condition Assessment of Critical Infrastructure Supports Long-Term Planning
pp. 1-15(15)
Authors: Motley, Stephen; Kubek, Andrew; Clothier, Andrew

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A Matrix Approach to Prioritizing a Sewer Collection System Capital Improvement Plan
pp. 16-25(10)
Authors: Savage, Amanda; Kivett, Tara; Cook, Steven; Harold, Eric; Venner, Ifetayo

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Continual Improvement Management Using the “Core Attributes of Effectively Managed Wastewater Collection Systems”
pp. 33-53(21)
Authors: Kelly, Scott; Forbes, Brenda; Miles, Wayne; White, Michael

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Session 2

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Effectiveness and Efficiency of Utilities in the New Normal
pp. 64-73(10)
Authors: Thomas, Darin; Bean, Doug; Horne, Jim; Theerman, Jeff; Srinivasan, Kash; Duffie, Clay

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A Baffling Solution to Sewage Conveyance In York Region, Ontario
pp. 74-90(17)
Authors: Stirrup, Mark; Margevicius, Tony; Hrkac, Tomislav; Baca, Alvaro

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Lessons Learned from Operating Large Sewage Tunnels
pp. 98-121(24)
Authors: Schultz, Nancy; Nero, Don Del; Matthews-Rohadfox, Sharon; Glover, Eric Lane

Session 3

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Developing Realistic Design Storms for St. Louis - Saving Big Thoughout a Long-term Capital Improvement and Replacement Program
pp. 144-173(30)
Authors: Shiner, Jeffrey K.; Arsenault, Paula M.; Humphrey, John H.; Curtis, David C.

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What Makes a SSO Storage Tank a Cost Effective Alternative for Sanitary Relief Projects
pp. 183-200(18)
Authors: Tappendorf, Tim; Eisenbath, Kurtis; Shiner, Jeff

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The Price is Right: A Comparison of I/I Removal versus Transport, Store and Treat Cost in St. Louis
pp. 217-231(15)
Authors: Fahnestock, Susan; Moore, Gary; Losli, Rebecca

Session 4

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Behind the 740M: Building a Technical Consensus for Indianapolis Consent Decree Amendment No. 2
pp. 244-267(24)
Authors: Ranck, Christopher J.; Jacob, Mark; Nielsen, Steve; Reichlin, Doug; Masbaum, Bob

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A Collaborative Approach to Modeling the Hampton Roads Regional Wastewater Collection System
pp. 305-326(22)
Authors: Morgan, Michael C.; Hubbard, Phillip L.; Martz, Robert J.; Moore, Charles I.; Wittenberg, Matthias Dr.-Ing.

Session 5

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Using Real Time Measurement of Influent Suspended Solids to Minimize Effluent Total Residual Chlorine at a Retention Treatment Basin
pp. 327-340(14)
Authors: Salim, Imad; Rabbaig, Mirza; Sherrill, Jim; Packman, Jon; Moore, Terry

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CSO Control in the Music City – Nashville's Plan to Improve Water Quality of the Cumberland River
pp. 341-362(22)
Authors: Grant, Geoffrey M.; Stonecipher, Paul; Ballard, Greg; Frye, Wes; Toosi, Cyrus

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A River Runs Through It: Application of an Integrated Combined Sewer and Stream Channel Model to Support a Sustainable CSO Control Plan
pp. 363-381(19)
Authors: Poskas, Charles; Jean-Baptiste, Sharon; Chaney, Christopher; Bahs, Paul; Pirnie, Malcolm

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Automatic Control of CSO's Using a Slide Gate
pp. 382-389(8)
Authors: Wilson, Charles; Ayotte, Frank; Gill, Amy Prouty

Session 6

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Impact of the May 2011 Tornado on Joplin's Sewer System
pp. 408-414(7)
Authors: Johnson, Dan; Greek, Ray

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Session 7

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Low Impact Development Life Cycle Cost Benefit Analysis
pp. 431-439(9)
Authors: McGovern, Patricia; Jencks, Rosey

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Streets or Basements? Where Do You Prefer Your Stormwater?
pp. 440-462(23)
Authors: Sticklen, Stephen E.; Carr, Robert; Castaneda, Manuel

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Emerging Paradigm Shifts in Storm Water Management
pp. 463-479(17)
Author: Petzke, Christa

Session 8

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Merged Sanitary and Storm Sewer System Modeling to Address Sanitary Sewer Problems
pp. 513-521(9)
Authors: McCutcheon, Matthew D.; Fallara, C. Timothy; Wride, Derek

Session 9

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Owner as Contract Manager for Sewer Rehabilitation - How to Get The Most Return on Investment
pp. 522-528(7)
Authors: O'Connor, David; Radacky, Richard; Smith, Will; Modjeski, Dorian; Schaffer, Alan

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Riverview Siphon Improvements
pp. 529-557(29)
Authors: Lewis, Charles; Noerenberg, Thomas; Natarius, Eugene

Session 10

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Sewers and Our Customers: One Utility's Efforts To Raise Public Awareness
pp. 572-583(12)
Authors: Carroll, Brian; Derrick, Michael

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Micromonitoring: A Solution to Challenging Private Property I&I Investigations
pp. 584-598(15)
Authors: Barton, John M.H.; Kamalesh, Joseph; Moy, Terry

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A Regional Approach to Private Property I/I Mitigation
pp. 599-609(11)
Authors: Hubbard, Phil; Wilson, Christopher

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Session 11

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Performance Evaluation of Blue Roofs to Mitigate CSO Impacts
pp. 632-642(11)
Authors: Katiyar, Nitin; Rangarajan, Sri; Stein, Julie; Leo, William

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Michigan Avenue Bioretention Three Years Later: The Monitoring Results are In
pp. 643-662(20)
Authors: Novaes, Valerie M.; Christian, Daniel P.; Gamble, Chad; Nejadhashemi, Pouyan

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Optimizing Green Infrastructure Techniques to Reduce CSO Volume in Seattle
pp. 663-679(17)
Authors: Atchison, Dustin; Jantzen, Tyler; Colwell, Shanti; Tackett, Tracy

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Planning & Prioritizing Green Infrastructure to Achieve Detroit's Goals for Volume Reduction while Reshaping the City
pp. 680-709(30)
Authors: Karll, Kelly; Mangus, Amy; Rabbaig, Mirza; Schechter, Daniel; Stoll, Gary

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It Is Easy Being Green: Spend Less Green with Green Infrastructure
pp. 710-716(7)
Authors: Dempster, Jason; Sydnor, Wesley

Session 12

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Managing a Major Emergency
pp. 731-741(11)
Authors: Olds, Logan; Bean, Doug; Orr, Ryan

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12-years of CSO Discharge Reporting/Tracking/Trending using an Integrated Monitoring and Modeling Approach
pp. 742-757(16)
Authors: Vallabhaneni, Srini; Chan, Carl; Chu, Daphne; Masbaum, Bob; Flynn, Pat

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CMOM: A Non-Traditional Approach
pp. 784-791(8)
Authors: McDonald, Frank; Evans, John

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CSO 108 Bending Weir
pp. 814-821(8)
Authors: Sydnor, Wes; Mitcham, Cole; Kraus, Tim

Session 13

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A Sustainable Way to Reduce the Lifecycle Cost of Odor Treatment
pp. 848-857(10)
Author: Anua, Shane Keaney

Session 14

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